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Peter Robinson Settlers in Ontario CanadaThe Peter Robinson fonds contains detailed information about the Irish settlers brought to the Peterborough area of Ontario in the early 1820s. Use the NAC's AVITUS to access some indexes
In 1822 the Government of Upper Canada (present day Ontario) sent Peter Robinson to oversee two shiploads of poor farmers from Cork Ireland to settle in the Bathurst District of Upper Canada around present day Almonte. The Stakesby and Hebe carried those Irish immigrants. In 1825 Robinsion brought over more Irish farmers from Cork, this time to the Newcastle district around present day Peterborough. These two groups are called the Peter Robinson Settlers.
In May 1825, nine ships sailed from Cork with over 2,000 individuals wanting to settle in Canada. Passenger Lists for 8 of these 9 ships can be viewed below. Thanks to submitter Sherry Jenkins for transcribing these ships passenger lists.
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